- Oakland - Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
- San Francisco - Quinnen Williams DT Alabama
- Arizona - Derrick Brown DT Auburn
- Jets - Ed Oliver DT Houston
- Buffalo - Juwaan Taylor T Florida
- Jacksonville - Justin Herbert QB Oregon - I don’t think Herbert had a great 2018 and there are a lot of questions about his overall ability, but there’s no denying his potential. He actually reminds me a lot of Josh Allen, who plays in a better conference, and that means he’s probably going to be the third QB off the board, at worst. One of the failing teams that needs a QB, like Jacksonville, will take him in the first half of round one.
- Atlanta - Jeff Simmons DT Mississippi State
- Cleveland - Deandre Baker CB Georgia
- Giants - Drew Lock QB Missouri
- Cincinnati - Devin White LB LSU
- Tampa Bay - Greedy Williams CB LSU
- Miami - Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
- Detroit - Josh Allen LB Kentucky
- Washington - A.J. Brown WR Mississippi
- Green Bay - Mack Wilson LB Alabama
- Philadelphia - Cody Ford G Oklahoma
- Tennessee - Deionte Thompson S Alabama
- Minnesota - Greg Little T Mississippi
- Denver - Raekwon Davis DE Alabama
- Indianapolis - Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson
- Baltimore - Trevon Diggs CB Alabama
- Carolina - Byron Murphy CB Washington - Murphy was already rated as one of the best cornerbacks in the nation before he was named Pac-12 Championship Game MVP. He’s ultra athletic and likes to hit with the ball instincts of a receiver. He’ll be one of the first corners off the board.
- Oakland - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
- Pittsburgh - Clellin Ferrell DE Clemson
- Oakland - N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State - Harry’s been a ridiculous NFL prospect since he first suited up for the Sun Devils and he will be off the board in the first round. The Raiders could use some more playmakers at receiver and Harry could help right away.
- Seattle - Rashan Gary DE Michigan
- Chargers - Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
- Houston - Taylor Rapp S Washington - Rapp’s a versatile athlete that’s deadly in run and pass defense. He’s the perfect kind of safety for the NFL right now and should land late in the first.
- New England - Zach Allen DE Boston College
- Green Bay - J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford - Aaron Rodgers needs more weapons and a 6’3 220 receiver with crazy balance and proven red zone skills would be perfect. JJAW is almost like a hybrid WR/TE that is a very interesting weapon.
- Kansas City - Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson
- Rams - Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State
Pacific Takes Pac-12 Perspective 2019 NFL Mock Draft: Justin Herbert to the Jacksonville Jaguars
Five Pac-12 players go in the first round.
By Jack Follman